A recent report from a Limerick telegram highlighted a fatal stabbing incident that took place in the city. The tragedy claimed the life of Michael Sheehy, a railway employee at the Limerick station. This alarming event has undoubtedly brought shock and concern amongst the local community. Law enforcement authorities have launched an investigation in pursuit of the perpetrator(s) involved in the unfortunate incident. As the city seeks answers and justice for the victim, this occurrence serves as a reminder of the need for continued efforts to maintain the safety and well-being of Limerick’s residents.
Western Daily Press – Friday 28 December 1900
A further Limerick telegram reported a fatal stabbing incident at Foynes, County Limerick. The victim has been identified as Michael Sheehy, a milesman on the Waterford and Limerick Railway. It is said that Sheehy had been drinking with three companions with the last name Green, and an altercation occurred among them, leading to Sheehy’s stabbing and death within minutes. The Greens have been taken into custody for their involvement in the tragic event.
Nottingham Evening Post – Friday 28 December 1900